"Well part of that is true. I did get a chance to find lots of half finished works and complete them. It was a very good time off. Next week it's back to reality.
@Heleen, funny enough I am working on a very big piece of…"
"Me thinks the bar code mail art creations were stored away for some time and rediscovered during the Covid Paris lockdown? Whatever...Heleen, i agree, 'sure is great to see Artist in Seine in the mail again!"
"Yes, the one envelope with Jupiter and Sature,etc. was hand cancelled. You might be able to see a mark across the postage stamps? It looks like they were sent on 18 July? and arrived 4 August :-) Postal services getting better day by day! Fabulous…"
"How good to see that Artist in Seine is back to barcoding again!
Great altered postcard, although I keep on thinking that it is a real photo, of a large, enormous bar code painting in a Parisian (AiS’s) living room..."
Katerina, your envelope with the tickets arrived in Monday's mail (13-July). I couldn't read the date on the postal handstamps, too indistinct, so I do not know how long the travel time was. Tomorrow I will scan the tickets. I just completed and mailed the fourth series of three sets to participants, but will begin work on Series 5 in September, so you will see ticket stamps again this fall. In the meantime, something blue from Cascadia is on its way to you!
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